Marinate Blog Summer Study: Week 6

Interesting day. I was was going to drop Shep off at school, record the video, and spend the rest of the morning studying. It was going to be a fabulous, productive a.m. complete with coffee and the oh-so-wonderful sound of complete silence.

About 15 minutes into this video, my camera went dead. While I was charging it (and very frustrated with myself for not checking the battery BEFORE I started), I got a text from my hair stylist that said “running late.” Yep, that’s right – I had a hair appointment that I totally forgot to put on my calendar. So, off I went to get my cut and color which took my entire morning. When I picked up Shep at noon, there was still no video, but I did manage to acquire a massive headache. I put him down for a nap and finally managed to finish recording the video, do some editing,Ā “produce” the file, and begin the upload process. . . with a little time left over to squeeze in a tiny nap that did wonders for the intense pounding going on inside this head of mine. Gotta love it when a day has a mind of it’s own. I suppose I should be a little more diligent about building margins into my life. But where’s the fun in that? šŸ™‚

It’s hard to believe we only have one session left after this one. I have really enjoyed doing this study with you! As always, if you have a minute, I’d love to hear how the Lord spoke to your heart through this session.

Surrender, sacrifice, separation, saturation, service!

Marinate Blog Summer Study: Week 5

If you areĀ reading this via email, you will need to click on the title to view the video.

Here’s week 5, but DO NOT get discouraged if you’re several weeks behind. Like I’ve said before, the beauty of online Bible study is that you can do it at your own pace. Keep moving forward, but if life slows you down a bit, that’s okay!

If anything stands out to you from this lessonĀ that you feel particularly led to share, I would LOVE to hear from you in the comment section!

Marinate Blog Summer Study: Week 3

Here’s the third teaching video. I’d love to hear what benefit of being a justified believer is most precious to you!

 

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